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Maps and More: 4/22: Climate Fiction

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Earth Day 3019: Mapping Climate Fiction

How to Participate in the GoodReads Challenge

How to Join the Challenge

1. Go to the UC Berkeley Climate Fiction Group on GoodReads.

2. Click Join Group.

3. Choose your email discussion settings. (Recommendation: Digest)

4. Under "2019 Climate Fiction Challenge," enter the number of books you would like to read. Enter a shelf name. The shelf must be one of YOUR personal shelves. Click Save.

5. Go to the Group Bookshelf. First, mark any desired books as "Want to Read." Then save them to your personal bookshelf.

6. When you finish a book, change the status from "Want to Read" to "Read." You must add a finished reading date.

 

Earth Day 3019: Mapping Climate Fiction
Monday, April 22
3:00 - 5:00 pm
Earth Sciences & Map Library
50 McCone Hall

Come celebrate Earth Day with us!

Along with Literatures and Digital Humanities Librarian, Stacy Reardon, we've selected several of our favorite Climate Fiction books and matched them with related maps from our collection. Join our Climate Fiction Reading Challenge, come check out the maps, and spend the afternoon imagining the future!

All Maps and More events take place at the Earth Sciences and Map Library, 50 McCone Hall and are open to the public. The Library attempts to offer programs in accessible, barrier-free settings. If you think you may require disability-related accommodations, please contact us.

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